Re: Express your opinion on Mold regulation PHARES
Posted by Phares Heindl on 2/17/04
It is very common to require contractors to provide evidence of
insurance or bond before undertaking a project. General
contractors require subs to provide insurance and bond
information; government agencies regularly require contractors to
This practice is most common. In a recent case in an electrical
injury matter, the defense attorney asked the trial judge to
require a bond before we could inspect a building ground. The
motion was granted and we had to post a 10k bond to go on the
A reputable remediation contractor will understand and have no
problem with this.
If you want to take issue, call or email Kathy Marsh of WESH -
Channel 2 in Orlando. Perhaps she will grant you interview you
and you can state your position publicly.
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